1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Q&A

1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager Question: valve cover gaskets

how do i replace the rear valve cover gasket. I am not a service tech. Ijust do not have the money to have it done somewhere else. Thanks -
Answer 1
As I am sure you already know, there is quite a bit involved in replacing the rear valve cover gasket on your 1998 Plymouth Grand Voyager. If you are unsure what needs to be done it is probably not a good idea for you to tackle the job. You may be better of saving your money until you can afford to have you valve cover leak properly repaired. -
Comment 1
how do i find out which head gasket is bad i over heated the van and it now has water in the oil i just dumbed 500.00 dollars in to the van and need to just get it up and runing -
Answer 2
how do you get to the rear valve cover? where is it located? -
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